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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 9, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas it March Serving Comal County Home of Danny Ybarra 50 Cents 75 Cents Sunday f 78 M v By ROSE MARIE EASH Becefttly elected t ble of Precinct Submitted his effective March L x v 4 J feel a let down Ive let people Nvho vot ed for said trouble is with my personal a disability claim attached io mentthat does not allow me to earn income other than my was unaware of the tlTftA lAT rnO uIJv According to who serves the Spring Branch there is an ing xjlaim on his early retirement as the result of a hearing loss test required at his Until the claim is settled Eoff is not allowed to earn the kind of additional income Jhis constable posi tion Doff has served ty for Seventeen year Si In his letter of resignation he said he could not accept any salary or1 benefits after March sinqe his retire ment benefits would on that heart goes out to me iti the arid most of to the office I have Eoff said in his let bless you Tom administrative assistant for Commissioners it is s too late to add the position to the ballot fot the May election and a tion cannot be called for conSvaJoies accoroing to state election officialsr the Commls lionersCourt have to appoint a constable to serve until fhe next general tion of unless some oth0jffi he said rag to Carter the court decision ort they would have to accept EofFa the EOff that the commiseionors appoint Deputy Conetable fteagan w titled peace officer and je ed Emergency bill given second reading By GARY CARROLL AUSTIN The Texas House of Repre sentatives voted Monday to approve the second reading of Senate Bill antistalk ing legislation which defines stalking and provides punishment for those convicted of the The bill has one more reading in the House before returning to conference and ultimately back to the Senate for final State Brian addressed the house on behalf of SB 25 coauthor State Mike D Fort and told representatives that antistalking legislation was a necessity in Thirtyone states so far have passed similar McCall Its high time that in Texas we said we will not tol erate this sort of SB 25 defines stalking as repeated harassment by the stalker threat of bodily harm or injury to a the per sons family or that persons Under the current wording of the bill stalking is defined as a trend of harassment that culminates with a violent incident or the threat of violence against the although no violent incident need take State Edmund said that for the bill to be it must be welldefined and contain strong I want to get the strongest possible lan guage we can get in this stalking Kuempel I think its something that definitely needs to be and I think we need to be as strong as we Kuempel was responding to the fact that several representatives voiced their con cerns over the wording of the and said he understood how people might interpret the bill as being loose and full of implicit He said people had concerns of exactly what stalking was and before final pas sage the wording of the bill needs to be tightened One representative who voiced his con cern that the bill too loosely defined stalk ing was John RDallas The language of this bill is so broad1 that while stalking is very legitimate con couldnt it be construed that other could in fact be designated as Carona asked Practices such as repeated protesting on private property arid certain forms of investigative journalism were mentioned as practices that could possibly fall into the category of stalking by definition of SB Other representatives voiced their con cerns that SB 25 may have a chilling effect on a persons right to free speech or right to but McCall said the bill would have no such This bill embraces fully the first amend McCall Free speech and the first amendment supersedes anything we do and so I think thats firmly taken care of a well Kuempel said that regardless of the numerous different the original bill that Moncrief introduced was in fact a good and he felt confident that the House would ultimately come to a consensus on the Brian McCall Guadalupe County law enforcement officials pull an automobile from the waters of Lake McQueeny early Sunday Officials said Tuesday morning they had no information on the which was Photo by John City OKs first reading for river fee increase By GARY CARROLL HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels City Council Monday approved the first reading of a proposed ordi nance to increase user fees charged to river outfitters from per year to per plus an additional charge of per vehicle used to transport their The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board recommended the increase to council members in an effort to raise money for the maintenance of Cypress Bend Outfitters use the park as a pickup area to transfer their patrons back up the Guadalupe and the fees charged aug ment maintenance funding for the Mayor Clinton Brandt said he felt that raising the fee to was a little Brandt said he agreed that the city could use the but he is concerned that the city council would be jumping a permit fee almost four times as much as it was last Parks Board Chairman Hal Herbelin said the information gained from the outfitters was not sufficient to arrive at any detailed format for setting user The board established that th to the park necessitated a fee so they mihed the monetary amount and set the new pending a more detailed account of park outfitters are going to keep track this every time the run a vehicle down there and haul people they are going to write this down and document some history as to how many people they are pulling out of that Her belin At the end the summer well get this information from them then well use this to come back and get a city ordinance that we feel will accurately reflect the amount of use that is actually down there that will be fair to the outfitters and be fair to the Herbelin said the advisory board will be monitoring the activity of the park during the summer to provide consistent Bond advised to meet growth By ROSE MARIE EASH In last nights workshop the Comal Independent School District board was advised that a bond issue will be required to accom modate the extraordinary growth the district is Your growth is really incredible in some of these upper said Dennis Harner of Harner and Even in the high these families are moving in with these The really startling thing about this district are these high school retention Ive seen high school reten tion rates this You dont have any drop outs or for every drop out youve got people moving and I dont believe that Harner was referring to the continued and projected growth in the western half of the According to the demographic study com missioned by the board to determine build ing the economic growth of San Antonio will have a significant impact on the district over the coming Single family housing units have increased significantly throughout the district and a great percentage of the residents work in San 2 Krueger second candidate to enter CISD board race Dan district manager for food service for Hobart filed as a candidate for the Comal Independent School District board of trustees Krueger has children in the district and lives on Crystal Springs Bend in Krueger is the second candidate to file for two open positions on the CISD William and Leroy whose terms expire this have indicated they will announce their decision on running for reelection at next weeks board The other announced candidate is John golf professional and man ager of the Northcliff Country Clay also has children in the He lives on Garden North Drive in Garden The deadline for filing ie 5 March Inside Stammtisch Or wo WATER Sports Best wishes The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung sends Birthday wishes to Jen nifer Alma Arnulfo Cy Rosa Ann KatJiy Rosa Morales and Reyes Medellin Anniversary wishes to Antonio and Rosa Belated Birthday greetings go to Clobie Tommy Umbrella sale Canyon High School Seniors are selling umbrellas as a fundraising project to help fund Project Linda Snider is available for more information about buying the umbrellas at Rummage Sale The Eden Heights Apartments Tenants Association is sponsoring a patio rummage sale from 9 to 4 13 at 627 Lakeview Items available include jigsaw decorative records and a ski Many residents will also have items for Benefits from the sale will go into the Associations fund for Community chorale The New Braunfels Community Chorale will meet at 7 Tues March 9 in the Friendship Room at the Eden SV Canyon Smithson Valley and Canyon meet tonight In their first meeting on the Softball field at Smithson Valley Middle For a preview into the two squads dis trict please see Page
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